Mediation/Arbitration & Dispute Resolution (ADR)

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"Sometimes doing so (resolving a dispute outside of the courtroom) can be in the best interest of both parties, as it encourages negotiations and expedited resolutions."

Mediation/Arbitration & Dispute Resolution (ADR) can be an effective way of resolving a dispute outside of the courtroom, with the assistance of a lawyer. Sometimes doing so can be in the best interest of both parties, as it encourages negotiations and expediated resolutions. However, generally once the arbitrator has issued a decision, the decision is typically final. It is important to have the right counsel representing you. Parlatore Law Group is equipped to help you work through your disputes, while looking out for your interests.

 

Matters We Handle:

  • Homeowners Association Disputes
  • Employment and Workplace Disputes
  • Family Disputes
  • Small Business
  • Team Productivity Improvement
  • Franchise Disputes

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